Tariffs, uncertainties prompt decline in US exports to China: study

Tariffs and an uncertain business environment have prompted precipitous declines in US exports to China over the past two years, but China remains a top market for US exporters, according to a study released Wednesday by the US-China Business Council (USCBC). Goods exports to China fell for the second year in a row, with only about one-third of US congressional districts saw growth in their goods exports to China. "Many still were not able to recoup losses accrued since the trade war began," the study showed.